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    Bm knows it's not true cos sd says the same about her. It's dh i know have the issue with. He can't believe she would do that then believes her when she says she didn't
    We're actually fighting tonight cos i confessed that if sd changes schools and goes to the same one as my niece,same grade,my sister is worried sd will give my niece a bad name if she tries to hang out with her and cause the same trouble she does at her current school. I actually took her to the police on Monday when i busted her

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    Sounds like your dh needs to step up a bit more. Isn't the term "co-parenting" meant to mean that BM and dh work out the best way to handle things?

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    ya'd think so but at the moment it's bm and i and i don't know how much more i can handle .

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    Its frustrating at least BM is not using this against your hubby and you. I would step back a bit and let hubby deal a bit more


 

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